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setuptools on MorphOS
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    marx
    Posts: 2 from 2009/11/24
    From: Poland
    Hi there!

    I wonder, is there something like a "setuptools" on Python 2.5 under MorphOS ? I would like to install some new modules, and now I`ve just coping it to site-packages folder. I know that this is not most elegant way to do it. Is there any other way?

    I would be very thankful for any advices
    With greetings
    MarX
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    Yomgui
    Posts: 345 from 2004/8/31
    From: Qu├ębec - Canada
    I've replied to Marek by email, so I past my reply here as it could be useful for many:



    Yes, there is an offical way. Use the distutil module for that.
    With 2.5.4, all your scripts and .pym dyn modules should go into
    site-packers folder.
    lib-dynload is reserved for python-itself dyn modules, not for third parties.

    Please read the documentation here:
    http://docs.python.org/release/2.5.4/dist/dist.html

    It explains how to write a setup.py file to install and/or distribute
    (even to yourself only ;-))
    all your files.

    Now, it's always possible to do it by hand, specially when you got
    only few files:
    just copy them in the site-package directory.

    if it's a package (multiple python scripts into a dedicated directory
    tree), you must have
    a __init__.py file in each directory of the tree (except site-package
    itself obviously).

    [ Edited by Yomgui 01.06.2011 - 11:17 ]
    And now... next project!
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